The DTM has followed Formula 1's lead in allowing its drivers to choose their race number, starting from the 2015 season
Indy Lights enters its next era in 2015 with a new car, and an influx of drivers and teams. What does it mean for the final step before IndyCar on the US ladder?
Ferrari's wild-looking Formula 1 concept car signalled a new approach at the Maranello team, which is ditching pointless posturing in favour of proactivity, says JONATHAN NOBLE
Marc Marquez remained on top on day three of MotoGP testing at Sepang, as a resurgent Cal Crutchlow took third behind Jorge Lorenzo
Marc Marquez went quickest in MotoGP testing at Sepang on Tuesday, despite a crash, while the new Ducati showed immediate strong pace
Valentino Rossi led the opening day of the second 2015 MotoGP test at Sepang on Monday, as alternate boiling temperatures and rainstorms hampered riders.
Ducati has launched its 2015 MotoGP bike, the first completely new design since the team was restructured following Audi's acquisition of its parent company
Thierry Neuville has called on his Hyundai team to redouble its efforts with the i20 WRC despite already being second to Sebastien Ogier in the 2015 World Rally Championship
Volkswagen's Jari-Matti Latvala insists he can afford mistakes in the first part of the 2015 World Rally Championship, despite the 34-point gap between him and championship-leading team-mate Sebastien Ogier
Andreas Mikkelsen says missing out on his first World Rally Championship win in Sweden has fired him up more rather than hurting his confidence
World Rally champion Sebastien Ogier says he had to "sweat blood" to win Rally Sweden last weekend, describing it as one of the hardest-earned victories of his career
New Porsche prototype driver Nick Tandy will contest six of the eight World Endurance Championship rounds with the KCMG LMP2 squad this year
French constructor ORECA's new LMP2 coupe is due to test for the first time next week
The performance of the new breed of LMP2 coupes will not be pegged back to equalise them with the existing open-top cars ahead of the start of the World Endurance Championship and the European Le Mans Series
Former IndyCar racer and 2012 Indy Lights champion Tristan Vautier will race for the Team SARD Morand LMP2 squad in the opening two rounds of the World Endurance Championship
Lada will start the 2015 World Touring Car Championship season with just two of its new Vestas for 2012 champion Rob Huff and two-time British Touring Car champion James Thompson
World Touring Car Championship returnee Rickard Rydell believes his team will have to treat the opening races as extended tests because of the late delivery of his new Honda Civic
Lada Sport's new ORECA-developed Vesta TC1 car has made its track debut at Magny-Cours after the team skipped last week's official World Touring Car Championship launch
The World Touring Car Championship will no longer keep driver conflict "just inside the teams", says series chief Francois Ribeiro
Indy Lights driver Ryan Phinny tested with KV Racing at Sebring on Monday as the team continues its search for a team-mate to partner Sebastien Bourdais for the 2015 IndyCar season
Top British team Carlin's entry to US racing has been hailed as "fantastic news" by the squad's first champion, IndyCar star Takuma Sato
Ganassi development driver Sage Karam will drive the fourth Chip Ganassi Racing entry at next month's IndyCar season-opener in St Petersburg
Chevrolet has released the first images of the aero kit that it will use on road/street courses and short ovals in the upcoming IndyCar season
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